Coaching Psychology Course Preview

Elevate your performance & wellbeing by learning to overcome self-sabotage through psychologically-oriented coaching techniques.

From elite athletes to seasoned executives, many people hold themselves back from their personal or career progress because of self-limiting beliefs.

But changing a mindset of “I’m not good enough” or “I’ll most likely fail” is easier said than done, especially if you are guiding someone else to do so.

Why is it difficult to change minds, and what can we do about it?

In our upcoming Coaching Psychology Course Preview, learn from coach and clinical psychologist Dr. Jonathan Marshall as he takes participants through a step-by-step deep dive into the mechanisms of self-sabotage, and how to change this mindset. 

Highlights of the Course Preview

  • Understanding Self-Sabotage: You will learn about common patterns where individuals inadvertently prevent themselves from reaching their full potential.
  • Guidance: Dr. Marshall will share insights from his professional journey, working with high-performing executives and athletes.
  • Interactive Session: This isn’t just a lecture. It’s a chance for you to actively participate in a structured process of personal reflection and sharing, uncovering your own tendencies and strategies to overcome them.

Whether you have been considering taking up a coaching profession or looking to enhance your practice with coaching psychology tools, join us in this comprehensive session on campus to experience coaching tools in action while learning to implement a powerful, practical strategy for peak performance!

Course Preview Details

Date: 15 May 2024, Wednesday

Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Location: The School of Positive Psychology
61 Stamford Road #01-09 Stamford Court, Singapore 178892

About the Trainer
Dr. Jonathan Marshall
Executive Coach and Psychotherapist
Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology

Dr. Jonathan Marshall combines clinical psychology and executive coaching to improve the well-being and performance of his clients. He has been on the full-time faculty of the top two universities in Singapore and currently leads Marshall Consulting, a boutique human development firm. His clients include multinationals and government agencies. He explains that whether one aims to excel as a CEO or martial artist, or seeks recovery from trauma or depression, the fundamental challenge is in training one’s mind.

A third-generation Singaporean, Dr. Marshall embarked on his journey in leadership as a naval officer before joining the 20-member team that created Yahoo! Mail. He earned his bachelor’s and doctoral degrees in psychology from Stanford University and his postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University. His pastimes include pottery and his holidays are often on meditation retreats.

What is the course preview about?

The course preview is an opportunity for new and aspiring coaches, and anyone interested in coaching psychology to learn more about our course structure, learning outcomes, and entry requirements.

At the end of the course preview, attendees can participate in a Q&A session, and consult with their education consultants, to learn more about the admission procedures.

If you would like to know more about our Coaching Psychology programmes or the course preview, register via the event link or contact us at

  • Date : May 15, 2024
  • Time : 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm (UTC+8)
  • Reg. Deadline : May 15, 2024 7:00 pm
  • Venue : The School of Positive Psychology